The Human Resource
Generalist for Information Technology will be responsible for managing
all human resource activities required of the IT staff of the company.
Working together with both the Information Technology team and Corporate
Human Resources office, the candidate will be responsible for supporting
approximately 240+ IT employees. These responsibilities include the
efficient and professional management of daily human resource activities,
which include recruiting for open information technology positions, coordinating
employee on-boarding and dismissals, and acting as a liaison to corporate
HR for benefits, payroll, and legal inquiries. A significant portion
of the candidates time will also be dedicated to a number of process improvement
projects within the IT organization, which include title normalization,
performance management improvement and establishment of training plans
associated with well-defined career ladders.
The ideal candidate is expected
to have proficiency in the following areas:
Recruiting Process Management:
The successful candidate will have considerable experience working with
hiring managers to organize and execute processes associated with identifying
and hiring Information Technology employees. The candidate should
be proficient in gathering requirements for IT positions, assisting managers
in crafting high-quality job descriptions and be familiar with the use
of online tools to post job information. The human resource generalist
will need to successfully identify candidates whose experience matches
existing job descriptions, screen candidates, coordinate interviews with
hiring managers, and manage all post-interview correspondence. The
generalist must be able to work successfully with hiring managers and corporate
HR to present candidate offers, discuss compensation and organize the on-boarding
Human Resource Management:
The candidate must be experienced in managing HR processes for an organization
of similar size and complexity, and will be required to provide direct
support to the CIO, VPs, managers and employees within the organization.
This includes having adequate knowledge of, and the ability to accurately
manage an employee inventory and handle employee relations issues, understand
payroll processing, work with confidential compensation and benefits information,
manage terminations, understand exemption statuses, evaluate employee performance
and improve the performance management process, help establish title consistency
across multiple departments, assist in the design of career ladders and
build employee training plans.
individual in this position will interact with all employees of the IT
organization. He or she must have the ability to communicate effectively
with technical and non-technical personnel, often confidentially.
The candidate must be able to effectively coach managers and employees
on the appropriate actions required to resolve employee relations issues.